Changing Tastes in Landscape Photography and Image Editing





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Published on May 24, 2018

Back in 2006, I was shooting Landscape Photography using a Canon 300D and processing my images with Photoshop. Much of what I did was processed to look like it was shot on Fuji Velvia film. Now when I look at these images I cringe because my taste has changed.

In this video, I return to reprocess one of my landscape images shot 12 years ago. I’m showing the original landscape image as processed in Lightroom and which made it into the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2007 exhibition. I then reprocess the original RAW file using On1 Photo RAW 2018 based on my taste today. The result is very different as well as of a higher quality. If there was ever an argument for hanging on to your original RAW files, this is it.

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